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since expanded its organic acreage, “whether [it] will stay with organic for the long haul depends on profitability.” Similarly, a few conversions took place to minimize what can be oner- ous pesticide reporting. Gallo and other winegrowers moved to organic production for this reason and also because of the relative ease of grow- ing grapes organically. Many did not remain in the organic program, however, because wine cannot be sold as organic unless sulfites are elim- inated from the wine-making process, and they did not want to be sub- ject to the regulation that